The main purpose of network cabling is to allow user access to network resources. In large corporate offices the cabling requirements are usually already taken care of upon moving in, as part of the facility management services. This includes extending RJ45 sockets to each office and desk so that every employee has a dedicated Ethernet port to connect to. There might even be a cabling engineer on the staff who is certified in structured wiring and electrical issues.
In a small office environment, there are no dedicated cabling resources, so cabling services might be contracted to a third party or . . .
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